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Hair Dye Alchemy Roulette
« on: 21 May 19 / 11:26 PM »
I have naturally darkish brown hair, currently growing out from a pixie cut towards a deathhawk.
About 2-3 inches (the ends) is/was kinda faded bluey green.
I want it all to be dark brown.  For a while at least   ;)

I got Adore Darkest Brown.  I opened it, poured some out.  Holy mother of wtf is this grey-green horror?!  I need me something reddish to add in.
I added Directions Rubine and a squirt of conditioner because Directions is the queen of ruboff.
The mix actually looked a kind of reddy-brown.   *1*

I slapped it on, wrapped up with clingfilm and now your guess is as good as mine what it'll look like!   *stars*  Wish me luck!!
 

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Re: Hair Dye Alchemy Roulette
« Reply #1 on: 22 May 19 / 12:14 AM »
Good luck!
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Re: Hair Dye Alchemy Roulette
« Reply #2 on: 22 May 19 / 01:00 AM »
Thanks Janine  ;) 

One thing I forgot to mention:  when I was done, my gloves were stained pink.

Place your bets!
 

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Re: Hair Dye Alchemy Roulette
« Reply #3 on: 22 May 19 / 08:47 AM »
Sometimes I amaze even myself   *yay*

It's kind of purpley brown!  I can live with that.  It's certainly better than what it was before.
First pic in artificial light, other two natural light but indoors.

A friend has dubbed it "Aubergine"
 

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Re: Hair Dye Alchemy Roulette
« Reply #4 on: 22 May 19 / 10:03 PM »
That came out lovely!
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Re: Hair Dye Alchemy Roulette
« Reply #5 on: 24 May 19 / 04:43 PM »
i really like the purply shine
 

 

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